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Lael Brainard selected to be vice-chair of US central bank as it contends with high inflation
Most US companies doing business with Chinese firms are being influenced in some way by the Communist party
No matter what happens to near-term inflation and growth, the world is too indebted for rates to rise much higher
President’s legislative victories are being overshadowed by concern over rising prices
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Lawmakers expected to demand changes to $1.75tn social safety net and climate package
Vice-chair’s remarks suggest US central bank could act more quickly to tame soaring inflation
Policymakers are divided over whether rising prices are temporary or permanent. A wrong response could derail the recovery
President’s ambitious ‘Build Back Better’ package faces further wrangling in the Senate
Strength of largest retailers maintains inventory levels while rest struggle for stock
Biden tries to smooth over frictions with neighbours in first summit since 2016
Carmakers seek out partnerships as vehicles become more electronically complex
When markets awake and reprice Treasuries, there is every chance we will see another nasty jolt
Governments are trying to deal with the rise of China and climate change with too few tools and not enough allies
Port operators and politicians confront problem of piling up on California’s docks
Katherine Tai says there is ‘opportunity for collaboration’ outside CPTPP pact
Price pressures would be damped by the removal of certain tariffs. But is the political will to axe them there?
Virtual summit between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping should be the first of many
Even if the price rises we are seeing could be transitory, they risk becoming permanent
Washington’s absence from deals such as CPTPP lets Beijing dominate economic governance in region
And bitcoin’s identity crisis
Pimco founder says stimulus and low interest rates have created ‘dangerous’ situation
Data show trade balances are not shrinking and foreign investment continues to pour into China
Other shares that have made big gains in 2021 also pull back
The big question is exactly how long it will last, and whether it will abate before the midterm elections